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Metric Stud Holes For Aerospace Electrical & Electronic Wire Terminating Devices

2002-12-06
CURRENT
MAP1572A
The purpose of this MAP is to establish stud hole clearance diameters to accept standard Metric studs. This is based entirely on recommendations set forth by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ISO Recommendations R273, Clearance Holes for Metric Bolts (Fine series) and R286, ISO System of Limits and Fits (H14 series) were used to establish the size and tolerance for each stud hole in the MAP.
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Metric Stud Holes for Aerospace Electrical and Electronic Wire Terminating Devices

1985-04-01
HISTORICAL
MAP1572
The purpose of this MAP is to establish stud hold clearance diameters to accept standard Metric studs. This is based entirely on recommendations set forth by the International Organization for Standardization (I.S.O.). ISO Recommendations R273, Clearance Holes for Metric Bolts (Fine series) and R286, ISO System of Limits and Fits (H14 series) were used to establish the size and tolerance for each stud hold in the MAP.
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COMMON TERMINATION METHOD, ELECTRICAL WIRING SYSTEM, APPLICATION OF

1977-01-01
HISTORICAL
AIR1402
This report defines the guidelines for a COMMON TERMINATION METHOD for aerospace vehicle electrical wiring systems and shows how designers can select a minimum number of different parts, among preferred connecting devices that will satisfy all system requirements while achieving the objective of minimum cost in procurement, assembly and maintenance without compromising quality or reliability.
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Common Termination Method, Electrical Wiring System, Application Of

2003-04-28
CURRENT
AIR1402A
This report defines the guidelines for a Common Termination Method for aerospace vehicle electrical wiring systems and shows how designers can select a minimum number of different parts, among preferred connecting devices that will satisfy all system requirements while achieving the objective of minimum cost in procurement, assembly and maintenance without compromising quality or reliability..
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GUIDE FOR THE DESIGN OF THREADED SCREW OR STUD TYPE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT TERMINATIONS

1975-04-01
HISTORICAL
AIR38A
To establish design recommendations that will provide a basis for safe and reliable connections to threaded screw- or stud-type electrical equipment terminations. These recommendations are directed primarily, but not solely, to the aerospace and ground support equipment industries. Since individual design criteria may alter the details as outlined, it is therefore important that this Aerospace Information Report (AIR) not be considered mandatory, but be used only as a design guide.
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Guide for the Design of Threaded Screw Or Stud Type Electrical Equipment Terminations

1955-07-01
HISTORICAL
AIR38
To establish design recommendations that will provide a basis for safe and reliable connections to threaded screw- or stud-type electrical equipment terminations. These recommendations are directed primarily, but not solely, to the aerospace and ground support equipment industries. Since individual design criteria may alter the details as outlined, it is therefore important that this Aerospace Information Report (AIR) not be considered mandatory, but be used only as a design guide.
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Guide for the Design of Threaded Screw or Stud Type Electrical Equipment Terminations

2010-04-29
CURRENT
AIR38B
To establish design recommendations that will provide a basis for safe and reliable connections to threaded screw- or stud-type electrical equipment terminations. These recommendations are directed primarily, but not solely, to the aerospace and ground support equipment industries. Since individual design criteria may alter the details as outlined, it is therefore important that this Aerospace Information Report (AIR) not be considered mandatory, but be used only as a design guide.
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TERMINAL, TAPER PIN, DESIGN AND APPLICATION

1961-12-01
HISTORICAL
ARP592
These recommendations cover the use of taper pins in taper pin terminal blocks, multi-contact electric connectors, and components designed to accept taper pins. Taper pins are intended to facilitate termination of a wire and are not to be employed as a quick-disconnect device. The mating portions of taper pins and taper pin receptacles shall be in accordance with Figure 1.
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